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Libraries Through The Ages

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Book Description
This completely new book, Libraries Through the Ages, is based on Fred Lerner's earlier The Story of Libraries, which was the first book of its kind in many years. More concise and with nearly twice as many illustrations as its predecessor, Libraries Through the Ages will especially appeal to young readers, as well as to anyone who wants a compact and lively international history of book collectin... More
Book Information
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages160
Publication Date10/01/1999
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About Fred Lerner (Author) : Fred Lerner is a published author of young adult books. A published credit of Fred Lerner is Libraries Through the Ages.
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